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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
CO1B TO ME Iff EBE1IS. ' BT GKOBBB D. PBTHT30*.. ' Como in beautiful dreattiB, love, Oh! come U mo oh, . . When the light wings of stoop, Oh my bosom lie soft; ' t - Oh! come when ; the sea; - In the moon's gentle light, >.. ; Beats low on the. ear/ ', . Like the pulse of the night—When the sky ariJ the wave, ' Wear their loveliest blue, -' When the UeW'a on the flower • Aud the stair on the dew.' Come in beaatifol ilrenms, lovp,. Oh! come and we'll stray, WheroOhe whole year u crowned With the blossoms of May—Where each sound in as sweet As the echo of a dove. And the gales nro as soft As the breathing of love; Where theTenim kifB the wave ' s, And the waves kiss the heacb, And our warm lips may catch The sweet lesson they teach. Come in boautilul dreams, love, Oil! come and we'll fly, Like two winged spirits - Of love, though the sky; With hand clasped in band ' On ouiilream wings ' we'll go, Where, starlight and moonlight Arfl blending their glow; And on bright clo...
Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
w.~~:nnT»v~n~; 'wuyi Ami the hour Cur his return drew nisth. But a night like tins—a night of storm—Embosomed in ocean his much loved form. She hns passed away to rejoin her son, Aud ninny a day has com- and gone, Bui still the olil clock seems to say—"Time is flying on wings ' uway." It stood in the corner—grim and tall, With its back to the white-washed kitchen wall, But in my chamber it stands to-day—A memento of those who have parsed away, Wu. R. Kino.
Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
TOE OLD CLOCK It Btood in the corner—grim anil toll. With its back to the white-washed kitchen wall And its somber ticking seemed to say, "Time is flying on wings away." S# My grand-mother loved to watch,ita face As its hands moved slowly on apace; And she gnve the time-piece to me When she passed away to eternity. She told me n tale of days gone-by, One night when a storm was in.tlie sky; Of her only sun who had left his home. On the "heaving breast of the sea" Ho roam.
Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Tkt.Sfaverjr 9«e»ftw«.~3inee; thePreaid«nt .igned the biU pasted by Congress «- maocipating the alateain ihe District of Columbia, there-has been considerable sensation among a certain elaas of persons North. AU manner of construction* are being put upon the action of Congress and tho Presi dent Somwontend that the bill is intended to free ALL tW>«nigigersy v ' thai it i» an abominable, horrible abolition movement, ete. Editors who were /otjeed to display the "Stars and Stripts" a year ago, are of course very indignant, and are endeavoring to give indirectly the cause of the traitors a little aid and comfort. That the aims t and purposes of the government should be misrepresented in reference to this question js/ nothing more then might have been expected.-— An exchange remarks that there has. been, and will be, no war waged against slavery, for the purpose of injuring that institution. Whatever damage it may suffer will be the legitimate and inevitable, result of tho fol...
Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
: ¦ . ¦ - " ; ¦ ."i5- ' t^: :- «¦! ;;ICDMMQMr0A«E» ' ¦ ' Seoesh ttiik$m$ti§&1kW ; ' ¦¦ While sojourning for aseasda tjelovr the SCtli rasiiilel of latiti«h|enjoying the Oppor tunity of Btudying Southein cuRtbins and Southern character, I was always struck with tho evidences^ afforded by every small assembly, of the-natural inclination of the people to the use of that ambiguoua rhetorical figure, JJj/petbold. I, was frequently reminded of the minister, who; on being reprimandeJ-for using. hyperbolical espressious in the pulpit,, replied . with evident sadnessv i^at t he had wivt ocean* if tiara bier it! tii^'D'une 18561 accompanied an excursion party to the mouth of the Potomac river: the occasion beiug the "opening" of the "season," at Piny Point. Troops .of Virginia ;Chiyalry were there, to daiice, gamble, ru'a horses etc. lloatniug ulong the coast one day I . fell in witB a, purty nahing for Crabs. A piece of fish being tied to * rope' and thrown into the water, th...
Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
WATBTBSBOnO>. Friday, April 83 t 'i&ftg» To* *» r sort ih«t tofitHkfd riwwt t ' Wfc«w breathes the foo but fall* baton gi, , With Freedom' * mil benctth our feet, And t'reedom'i b»nner streaming o'er u»1 iVeoeJlmy.—The Rev. W. E. Krebs, of Emmittsburg, Md., will preach in the German Reformed Church in this place, on Sabbath evening next. The Battle tf i*ittsburg Landing.^-On the first page of to-day's paper w^ publish an account of the great battle at Pittsburg Landing which is said to be one of the moat reliable vet published. 71th Regiment.—li will be seen from an account published in another column that GolrStunibangh's Rugiment participated 1&, tha battle of Pittsburg Landing and that the; behaved gallantly. ^ JVojjjrfy Sold. ' — Mrs- Ann Maria Blair has disposed of her house and lot on Main Street, to Dr. Jas. Brotherton for the Bum of $1600. We uuderstand the Dr. purposes removing the old building in the course of a few weeks and will erect a new o...
Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
FROM PITTSBHRQ LANDtNG. Maiteiht ^ Ti^^^U^W^ iki B^ Thii&vfthes FigiU., s the CincinnatU^'^te^fa^^ ; Kftiir^iy contains the follewiiij; despatch frbm ita correspondent at Oairo: -'-.-'Caiboj April 18,18^2: , The steamer City oftitvhi pM* reached Padtteah tot evening, iTomPjttaburgjWi)fh 700 wounded. . yhciwas;Bent to Louisville. A' olk mong the .wounded was Uuplain W. H.P nephew of ex-President PoJk t who participated iu thebiittle, and Wis severely wounded in the leg. - The surgeons held a conteiiltation on the passage tlovfn . aud decided to. amputate it.-' ¦;'[ • ¦ . - >, • ¦}- ' - . ' . " ¦ ' :'/•:' " , -' '! ; . Uen. Sherman move J his division on Wednesday two miles farther into 1 the interior/ and, after a sharp skthui&h, in whichjhe eaeiuy was defeated with a loss of 5 orTj killed and as many wounded, succeeded in maintaining hb position. \ . ¦ I beiieve it is the intention of JGen. Halleek to advance slow and surely, and panic? ularl y to guard ...
Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Gen. Smith ia dangerously- ill at Savannah, and his recovery ia doubtful. The wjuikIoI iu the hospital at Savannnh are dying at the rate of 8 or 10 daily. The sieuuier 1'Utnet arrived " at Paducah, this morning the 71st Ohio, en route for Fort Donelson. Thi» w one of the roghncaU that disgraced the State on the 6th. ... Their colors have bceu taken from them. The 77th Ohio has teen disbaud<Sd an! nmuterett out of service.-' . • ' ; " A deserter fr.nui IJcanregard's aTmy came into SavauuaU on ^ Wednesday, and .. says that Gen. Price reached CoTiuth on Saturday, 8th instant, with what be. cdls. SU ^ OUU men, and that tho rebels were very much rejoiced iu consequence, lie reports |h. e rebels budly whipped on Monday uigbA u'p.d . says they were nearly demoralized. Busb,rod Jtiib . in son died, from the Wounds r ' cceivexl at fitts-. burg, on Sunday uight, in his teu,t-g^ C93; i 11 t!i. -Our rfifonnant says that tlve people in Secessia looked upon him as nofbgtt&rthan...
Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
A GAttANr Act.—On Friday last, Lt. Edw. K. Mull, of Captain Richards' company, Third Kegimcutof Pennsylvania llescrves, while ou duty near the liuppahan nock river, watt captured by a party of rebels and carried .off some distance, where a guard, armed with a shot gun, was put over him, to prevent him from making his escape, while the party went to look for more game. As, soon us the captors were out of sight, the Lieutenant pulled a revol¬ ver from his coat pocket, and, holding it close to the head of the guard, politely informed him that he would be under the painful necessity of blowing his brains out if lie did not lay down his arms and go. with him. The frightened rebel obeyed orders, and it was not long before the Lieutenant was back in his own camp, as good as <ncw, accompanied by his prize. Lieutenant Mull is a resident of Berks county, Pennsylvania. From General Bank's Command—'Official Despatch. Hon. Eo^ik M. Staston Secretary of Wan Newmauket, April 22.—Our a...
Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Got: Jfarvey, q£ Wisconsin, Droiened l Madison, Wis., April 21.—The Executive Department received this morning the startling announcement of the death of Governor Louis P. Harvey, who was drowned at Savannah, Tenn., on Saturday nisht, while stepping from one boafc to another. Thu body had not been recovered when the despatches left. • ... • ¦ ¦ • "; Tbe State offices have bean closed, for the. day and tbe dug placed at half-mast. Gov; Harvey was a native of Connecticut, and forty. two.-yoaw of age- fie was a member ofthe Convoution which framed thBi/Oustitution of tbe State, aud for several years a leading member of tho State Senate. At the time of his death he was engaged in the humane ob« joct of ministering to tho wunded at Pittsi burg I^aiiding, having taken with him an immense amount of hospital stores, donated, at hiSjSnggestion, by th cities of Milwaukee, Madison, and Jaucsvilhs. His succoasoria Lieutenant Governor' Edward Solomon, of Milwaukic. Bombardment of. Port Wri...
Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
Abolition of Slavery in the District of Columbia. " Washington, April 16.—The following Message was received, by the House of Itepreseutatives, to-day, from the President: ¦ ¦ Fellow-Citizens of the Senate and House Kegre8enlatiw%:~ih9 act, entitled "A'n act for tbe release of cortain,persons held to sorvice or labor ia the District of Columbia," has this day been approved and. signed. 1 have never doubted the Constitutional authority of Congress to abolish slavery in this District, and X have ever desired to see the National Capitol freed from the institution in some satisfactory way. Honce, there has never been in my mind any quostiou u\* on the subject except the one of expediency arising iu view of all - the circumstances. If there no matters within and about this act which might have taken a course or shape more satisfactory to my judgment, I do not attempt to specify them. I.am gratifiod that the two prinoiples of compensation and colioiiatibn are both reoognixed and pract...
Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
8Q.A distressing occureme t ok place < n Sunday morning, at the old Capitol prison in Washington City. It seems that Jesse- B. Wharton, a youngeawyer of Hagerstown,has been confined for some months in the prison for political reasons. On the above named morning, about 11 o'clock,! 0 approached one of the windows looking towards the Capitol and engaged itr" an angry conversation with one of the guard. The dispute then ended in the guard (named Ambrose Baker, Company C, 91st Pennsylvania regiment,) firing his musket at Wbarton,.the ball taking effeot in his head. He was at onceVtaJten to his room, where, he lingered - untilIT o'clock in the afternoon, when death released him from his sufferings. - Previous to his death ho accused Lieut. Milligan, the officer in charge' at the time, with being the cause of his death, aa he had ordered the guard to. shbot_ any of the prisoners who put their heads out of the window. Baker says that the Corporal of the guard ordered him to shoo...
Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
M9"Thc proposition to erect Western Vir» -,giuainto a new state has been'abandoned. It was opposed by the present Governor, pierpont, who held that the old government Was virtually abolished by the treasonable acts of its officers, and that tbe new government ia the only one that legally exists. MtVTha Louisville Journal,, referring to> , Beauregard's order to make all the bells into cannon, says that it onee tried to make a big gun out of John Bell , but couldn't. ' There isi too mnch brass in him for a cannon, and bo is too badly erac&cdfor a bett. M9»The Bbeckisuidqers have circulated • report to the effect that the National Tax bill, sow before Congress creates 26,000 officers. It is stated, however, on much better authority, that the number of new officers created by the bill will not be 3,000 for the whole Union.
Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
^^Co nfederate are ' said to be selling in Virginia at five cents on the dollar; while shinplasters are 'at such ruinous discount that even therag pedlers become sby of them. Surely affaire must be getting des perate in ' Dixie, anif tile monstrous fungus of Secession must be wilting fast - JPWii Fith.—J. H08XXTTK&, of Greeuetstie, will visit this place on Saturday or JTriday of each week witt Freeh Fish during ^e >season. Persons in the *ountry wanting m* a£ requested to leave their orders with 15. W. Wasbobaugh.
Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
IWThe partisan bitterness of the Breokinridgers ic amasing. All patriotic men admire Parson Brownlow for his heroic devotion to the Union, in the midst of traitors; yet, the other day, when a resolution was introduced in the Ohio Legislature to invite the gallant Brownlow to address that body, all tbe Bxeckinndge members voted, against it. Bad the resolution been to invit* Jeff. Davis, Bxeckioridge, Floyd, or soine like character, tbeir votes wwiid so doubt h*v« Uen to Ow afiraative. '
Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
IQjIow delightfulmustbetho feelings of those faithful and heroic men and women of Tenn. who,after being scourged by Confederate tyranny for many long and weary mouths, now see. the Union armies sweeping triuniphantfy over the rebell i ons S»»t«s. Ah, we would,uo*.*Mhango the Buhlim* seUVsatis i»0K& of )ta« persecuted loyalists of Wash-villa fir all thi honors at att tha iuonar«UB of the Wtf». They''Mpirs^wi*tears" thi s***of patriotism,«od ttow they *«b«b4b joy" the fatfrtsl tf rimrf.-~tfa$hviUe Union. Thollth^t^lti isTJui^ LttildilJp;. j lishes a Ijatter from the Burg^ii of then 7th lWnsylvania Regiment,; f|ioP fOrlishes some^ditional partioulara d^thit liarf otntested field. Uf th¥ part tskeiiifl that conflict by the 77th, the Surgeon soy*: " ¦*> : ' "The .t7th Kegime .nt Col. Btumbaugh, was attached; ;tp " JWCeokV Division, iand played a most, conspicuous part iu the fight. The brigade left their camp ou Sunday morning, and marched 23 miles , to the -scene of...
Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Village Record — 25 April 1862
ijaJMovemenU io the vicinity of Pittsburg Uadw jfc the sow of the recant great beige, toipiftl Bwl jntoumtion m ! ¦ juitirt )tj^ pr^M'flif )MiqcMVi|I|4BjSjbM. ' .„ . , ,:. r The Alleged Clothing Frauds. Hahrisbubo, Ap«/^ fe^-The eomniiltee appointed by the Legislature to investigate alleged ihmdSj ««id-to>haye been perpetrated upon bur -galfeiit Pennsylvania soldiers by State officers in tbe disbursement of the 9500,000 and $&,000,OUO loan*, havo just made their, tep&t, It is signed by: every member of the committee, and concludes as follows 6 ¦ \ ' . . -.-.,- . . ' "That there is no evidence which in any way involves any officer of the government in improper conduct in the disbursement of the funds of the Commonwealth or in providing for the soldiers. On the contrary, ' the evidence satisfies the committee that in every instance when any wrong w:s brought to the knowledge of the Executive, prompt measures were taken for its correction. "The committe...